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More Editorials Object to Scalia

by TChris

Editorial writers in the New York Times and Washington Post are unpersuaded by Justice Scalia's 21-page justification of his decision to sit in judgment of his hunting buddy's task force. The Post questions Justice Scalia's objectivity while defending itself from his charge that its editorial page had misleadingly described an oil company executive as an "oil company executive." The Times concludes that Justice Scalia "comes across as more concerned with defending his right to accept 'social courtesies,' like rides on the vice president's jet, than with protecting the Supreme Court's integrity.

TalkLeft recently gathered other editorials here.

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